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Main rivals unable to seriously threaten de Ketele and de Pauw.

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KENNY DE KETELE

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MARCEL KALZ

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MORENO DE PAUW

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NICK STÖPLER

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ROGER KLUGE

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03.02.2016 @ 08:18 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

As expected, the final evening of the 105th Berlin Six Days did little to alter the general classification. Try as they might, Roger Kluge/Marcel Kalz and Yoeri Havik/Nick Stöpler were unable to bridge the gap to Kenny de Ketele and Moreno de Pauw.

 

The German duo did gain back a lap in the decisive Madison but that only served to cut the Belgians’ lead in half and de Ketele/de Pauw had everything under control and emerged as deserved victors courtesy of a powerful display of strength on the penultimate day when tactics between their main rivals also proved decisive.

 

With the win in Berlin de Ketele and de Pauw take their tally to two wins this season after winning the Six Days in London in October 2015. In addition, de Ketele also won the Bremen Six Days together with German Christian Grassman. The Belgian duo will be looking to add another victory as the Copenhagen Six Days kicks off tomorrow.

 

General classification after day 6:

1 Kenny de Ketele - Moreno de Pauw (Belgium) 258

 

At 1 lap

2 Marcel Kalz - Roger Kluge (Germany) 266

 

At 2 laps

3 Nick Stöpler - Yoeri Havik (Holland) 225

 

At 5 laps

4 Germain Burton - Mark Stewart (Great Britain) 216

 

At 6 laps

5 Nico Heßlich - Christian Grasmann (Germany) 179

 

At 8 laps

6 Morgan Kneisky (France) - David Muntaner (Spain) 158

 

At 10 laps

7 Alex Rasmussen - Jesper Mørkøv (Denmark) 122

 

At 12 laps

8 Nils Politt - Tino Thömel (Germany) 122

 

At 14 laps

9 Mathias Krigbaum - Marc Hester (Denmark) 85

10 Roy Pieters (Holland) - Andreas Graf (Austria) 82

 

At 17 laps

11 Lucas Liß (Germany) - Andreas Müller (Austria) 91

 

At 23 laps

12 Hans Pirius - Sebastian Wotschke (Germany) 103

 

At 28 laps

13 Jan Kraus - Martin Blaha (Czech Republic) 27

 

At 29 laps

14 Wojtek Pszczolarski - Adrian Tekliński (Poland) 62

 

At 42 laps

15 Marcel Barth - Achim Burkart (Germany) 12

 

DNF Daniel Holloway (USA) - Melvin van Zijl (Holland) 36

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